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Timely wind clears away Shanghai smog

Shanghai’s air quality turned better around noon as a southeast wind began to blow away pollutants, local forecasters said.

The smog will disappear in the afternoon as the wind gets stronger, according to the Shanghai Meteorological Bureau.

The city’s PM2.5 density fell to 74.8 micrograms per cubic meter at 12pm, almost the same as the national standard of 75 micrograms per cubic meter.

Today’s maximum temperatures will stay at 23 degrees Celsius in most parts of Shanghai and the mercury will hover between 19 and 26 degrees tomorrow.


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